The p element in HTML is used to represent text, each p element creates a new block of text, typically separated by a single line break.
Each new line of text should be represented in its own paragraph, rather than using br to force linebreaks this should allow for text to flow naturally. There are cases where its fine to use br elements, but for main article content you should generally avoid it.
Normally there will be small margin (linebreak/space) between elements, this can be controlled through the Margin and Padding Properties of CSS.
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DTD. Defines which document type the attribute is allowed. S=Strict, T=Transitional, F=Frameset.
HTML Paragraph Example:
<p>This is a line of text.</p>
Paragraphs can typically be placed inside other block type elements.